Florence Pugh’s earlier comments about Olivia Wilde come to life amid feud rumours

The Don’t Worry Darling Press Tour is that gift that keeps on giving, especially if you’re the type of person who loves low-stakes celebrity drama (what, if not, why are you here?) . As of this writing, the supposed feud between the film’s director, Olivia “No A**holes On Set” Wilde, and her star, Florence “Miss Flo” Pugh, shows no sign of ending — which is particularly interesting when you look back at some of the things , which Pugh had to say about her alleged current nemesis before they started working together.

As it stands, Pugh has been called upon to do what is necessary to promote the film, show up late for the Venice Film Festival press conference and avoid all eye contact with her director at the film’s official premiere. At the same time, Pugh’s stylist posted on Instagram with the caption “Miss Flo,” a nod to Wilde’s derogatory description of her that was captured on video, and Variety is now reporting that Pugh will not be attending the New York premiere of “Don ‘ will attend. Don’t worry darling.”

But it wasn’t always like that.

Florence Pugh once gushed about Olivia Wilde

Long before Florence Pugh was the star of Olivia Wilde’s Don’t Worry Darling, she gushed over the director’s work in an Actors on Actors interview with Beanie Feldstein (who’s going through a bit of a public feud herself, btw). “What was it like working with Olivia Wilde? Because I’m totally in love with her,” Pugh Feldstein asks in the clip, which has been breathed new life into social media in the wake of the drama. Feldstein, who worked with Wilde on Booksmart, says she and Pugh “are so attracted to each other” because they both take risks in real life and on camera.

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You know how they say that people with similar personalities tend to butt heads at times? Maybe we’ll see that here.

For what it’s worth, Wilde has so far dodged questions about her alleged beef with Miss Flo. At the Venice Film Festival, per People, Wilde just said, “I can’t say enough how honored I am to have her [Pugh] as our leadership. She’s fantastic in the film.”